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PowerPoint Resources!

September 7th| Teacher's Pet

PowerPoint Resources!

It has been almost 3 weeks since we launched our brand new website, and with the website development and maintenance work calming down, Jay has moved onto an awesome side project for Teacher’s Pet…

PowerPoint resources! Jay has a background in animation and as such has spent the last week or so getting to grips with Microsoft PowerPoint to make some awesome, animated teaching aids!

Jay’s first batch of PowerPoint resources have been made to support our upcoming THINK Maths teaching packs but are also available to download separately NOW!

The first collection of PowerPoints feature ‘Colin the crocodile‘ who uses his large snapping jaw to help your class understand how to compare numbers using ‘greater than‘ and ‘less than‘ – versions are available for 2,3,4,5 and 6 digit numbers.

Click here to find them.

The second collection of PowerPoints are home to our ‘Place Value Number Machine‘ where ‘Ralph the robot’ feeds numbers into the machine in order to find out what each digit is worth! Highly animated with cool sound effects and available for 2,3,4 and 5 digit numbers.

Click here to find them.

And freshly added to the website today we have our ‘Karate Chop Partitioning‘ PowerPoints. This one is Jay’s favourite and has some awesome animations and sound effects. Join โ€˜Toby the Tigerโ€™ as he uses his karate chop to reveal the place value of each digit in a 2,3,4,5 or 6 digit number.

Click here to find them.

More to come…

Jay has thoroughly enjoyed making these PowerPoints and can’t wait to make even more on a regular basis. Do you have an idea for a cool PowerPoint resource? Let us know in the comments below…

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